Snow Joe Sun Joe SPX3000 Pressure Washer Review

He obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management from Saskatchewan Polytechnic and is a NARI Certified Remodeler. His team does a wide range of home restoration products, both interior and exterior. Outdoor structures,driveways, fencing and even lawn equipment.

I’ve heard people rave about them but I had the misconception that they were overly expensive or required a separate air compressor. But that changed when I got my hands on the Sun Joe Electric Pressure Washer SPX3000. Next thing you know, the grime is disappearing from your pavement. I want to thank Sun Joe for the opportunity to review this product. Therefore, neither of them will, out of the box, allow for a higher freedom of movement around the unit.

Selecting which detergent tank will be in use is done by pressing the detergent section dial. This electric pressure washer is easy to assemble and has an excellent fit and finish for the price. It also happens to work very well, which is really the whole point. I’ve used it to clean off polywood patio furniture and the cement on my front porch. My next use will be to clean off the composite wood railings and flooring of my rear deck. The SunJoe SPX3000 offers a spectacular degree of value.

The Sun Joe comes with a plastic garden hose connector already supplied. It’s cheap, nasty, leaks straight away, and blows right off the unit. Or, even better, buy a Gardena quick connect coupling for about $3.50 from your local hardware store. We tested most competitors to the Sun Joe SPX3000, and you can read more about them below. To be honest, the Sun Joe wasn’t our first choice (the name, for a start, didn’t offer a lot of confidence), but it was the only pressure washer to back themselves with a two-year warranty. Price was right at $139, and it was ahead of the others at 1.76gpm (head down further where I explain what GPM is and why it’s so critical in your decision to buy a pressure cleaner).

With a maximum reachable pressure of 2200 PSI, the Sun Joe SPX4003 provides a slightly higher force to blast off dirt and grime than the 2030 PSI of the Sun Joe SPX3000. The Sun Joe SPX3000 and the Sun Joe SPX4003 both use an axial-type pump westinghouse pressure washers to put water under pressure. In either case, the pump is powered by a 14.5-amp motor. Noise shouldn’t really be top of the list when choosing a pressure cleaner, but it’s still nifty when you have one which makes virtually no noise at all.

Plus, its rear wheels provide easy portability around your yard. Pressure washer carries and stores two different types of detergent simultaneously in its two 0.9 L onboard, removable detergent tanks. Electric pressure washer generates up to 2030 PSI of water pressure and 1.76 GPM of water flow for maximum cleaning power. This pressure washer is electric-powered and its spray wand reaches 34 inches so that you can get to all areas. More handy features of the Sun Joe SPX3000 pressure washer are the dual detergent tanks, which allow you to use two different types of detergent – each suited to different kinds of cleaning jobs. Both of the tanks are easily removable too so that you can fill them up or wash them out with ease.

The garden hose fitting threads onto the water inlet at the bottom. Use the table below to get an overview of the Sun Joe SPX3000. Our review will take a closer look at how everything works, but this should give you an idea of what to expect in terms of cleaning power, features and more. The Sun Joe SPX3000 is by far the most popular pressure washer on the market. It’s not the best product out there, but it does offer the best balance of power, convenience and cost; and for most people, that’s all you really need.

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Not only does it have low water flow but it comes with just a 20-foot power cord and a truly ridiculously short 15-foot high pressure hose. If you need a pressure washer for lighter duties that is highly portable, yet still has wheels, the SunJoe is the right model for you. It’s ergonomic, it’s light, and offers a variety of nozzles for a multitude of household tasks. Portability is a tough element to judge for pressure washers. The heaviest ones have wheels that make rolling them around on a multitude of different surfaces a simple task, but they’re difficult to get in and out of vehicles to transport from site to site.